Welcome to the Frequently Asked Questions page. Below you will find answers to commonly-asked questions. We strive to make every detail of your training as clear as possible using this website and additional resources. You are welcome to contact us directly for additional information.
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Your tuition price includes comprehensive training as well as training materials for both the lecture portion as well as the clinical observational training. We provide all of the lasers, injectables, chemical peels materials as well as live models on whom you may be allowed to practice. Nurses will also gain CEU credits, depending on hours participated. Please note, however, that your tuition does NOT include meals, airline tickets and accommodations.
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Please check back with us for any promotional prices, which we may post on our website. We accept all major credit cards, and also offer financing options.
Course admission is open to estheticians, nurses, spa owners, physicians, medical directors and others interested in the cosmetic industry field. The State where you practice will determine whether you can perform the procedures in which you will be trained. Most states will require an esthetician or RN license in order for you to practice these procedures. Please check with your own State Board in advance.
Anyone can attend! However, please keep in mind that in order for you to treat patients with these procedures you must be a licensed medical professional. But please always double-check this information in your particular state.
Courses consist of separate modules and begin on Saturday morning and conclude on Sunday afternoon. Saturday consists of didactic lectures with clinical observational training sessions on Sunday. You will be provided with a detailed schedule and a course syllabus upon your arrival, as well as all study materials. Slight modifications may be made to the schedule depending on the size of the group. You will be notified of any changes prior to training.
Yes. CEU credits are offered to nurses attending this course for a maximum of 8 credits. Students should only declare the actual number of hours participated.